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Florida / School Shooting / Trump / Gun Control / Runcie Interview #1120952

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 15, 2018
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(Parkland, Florida: Anderson Cooper) What President Trump said to the nation today following the deadly school shooting rampage in Parkland, Florida, introduced. [TRUMP - says we will work to secure our schools & tackle the issue of mental health.]

(Parkland, Florida: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Dana Bash) How there is not an appetite for gun control in Congress, the big spending by the NRA in 2016, gun control bills that failed in the last four years discussed.

(Parkland, Florida: Anderson Cooper) What [Broward County public schools supt. Robert Runcie said introduced. [In speech, RUNCIE†- calls for common sense gun legislation.] [In interview, RUNCIE - offers views on the kids' voices following the shooting calling for gun laws: when is enough, the need for investment in mental health of disconnected youth, what Broward County is doing to keep kids safe.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Bash, Dana

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